This is a happy green buck tooth monster. His name is Chris. He used to be self conscious about his buck teeth but now he doesn’t let it cramp his style. Plus they help him tear into Popsicles and bags of gummy bears. Sometimes bigger monsters use him as a bottle opener and staple remover. When you squeeze him he makes a cute little fart sound and then starts tallking about Walt Disney’s grandiose plans for a theme park in the undeveloped swamps of Florida. He talks about castles and dream worlds from Technicolor Disney movies come to sparkly, chattery humidity and sunscreen swathed life.
Monsters are paranoid. When they are scared they grab their toes with sweaty hands and rock back and forth. Every bump in the night is a dayglo colored terror with claws and sharp teeth. Every flash of light is an alien clown firing a raygun in their direction. Their nerves are frayed.
Teal monster with a tooth brush and tooth paste gel. Chris the tooth brushing monster likes to play with the tooth paste. He always makes a mess that his mom must clean up. He has healthy sparkling white teeth though.
Monsters are notorious nonobjective painters. They try to capture the rhythms and color melodies of bebop. They scratch and splatter their paint with sticks, pieces of wood and the wrong end of the brush. They use their monoscopic vision to their advantage when translating their multidimensional mind onto a 2-d surface. They also take out their frustrations of being rejected by rejecting the rejects they try to fit in with.
Cyclops monster with a long neck. His name is Chris. He likes to play soccer. He uses the advantage of his extremely long eye stem to read defenses as a mid fielder.
Slime monsters use their non-Newtonian nature to pull off tricks that allow the board to pass straight through their body. They bring a new dimension to freestyle skating that normies cant fathom. Slime Monster Skater.
Monsters often hide in the closet at night and watch you while you sleep and dream of flying toasters. They are dangerous creatures who only come out under the cover of darkness. You can sometimes see them when you wake up at night and startle them. Most of the time they will retreat back into the closet where they crouch, twiddle their tentacles and plan their nightly adventures. Don’t try to talk to them. They will probably eat you. And your kitty cat. Green monster hiding in the closet.